At Interfaith Human Services, we work to help our neighbors gain financial stability through various programs that guide and educate families and individuals. Read more about each of our programs.

Centre County Fuel Bank
The Centre County Fuel Bank helps avoid heating emergencies from January through March by providing free heating oil, wood, coal and propane to qualified, low-income Centre County residents. It does not cover all the heating costs or pay unpaid heating bills.

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Emergency Vehicle Repair

The EVR program is designed to help low-income people in need of assistance to repair a vehicle needed for their job.

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Free Furniture and Appliance Recycling
The Free Furniture and Appliance Recycling Program offers furniture and major appliances at no cost. If your family is in need of items and pre-approved by Interfaith Human Services (IHS), call to schedule an appointment to select items from our inventory.

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Financial Care Program
The Financial Care Program at Interfaith Human Services helps families achieve and maintain financial stability. It consists of two parts: Money Management and Representative Payee.

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“I have not had any kind of anxiety or stress over money. I don’t fight about money with anybody. I feel great.”


“I’ve never had extra money in my account. Now I don’t have to worry about bills. I would recommend this program to anyone.”


Give a Helping Hand

A contribution of time or funds gives your neighbors a hand up. Donate or volunteer today to help our community members in need.